SIGWX Charts Experts Interpretation?

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Re: SIGWX Charts Experts Interpretation?

Unread post by RudiGreyling » Mon Apr 02, 2018 5:44 pm

Thank you Karl, helps a lot.
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Re: SIGWX Charts Experts Interpretation?

Unread post by wysiwyg » Tue Apr 03, 2018 10:15 am

:smt041 :smt041
Iceberg wrote:
RudiGreyling wrote:
Iceberg wrote:
The charts are a compromise, trying to show a general pattern that changes by the minute. It just primes you for what you can expect.

Aviation writer Richard Collins summed it up as follows:
The forecasts are only for deciding whether to go or not.
Once flying, forget about the forecasts and look out the window.
You are now in the best weather office in the world. Deal with the real weather as you encounter it with prudent decisions.
=D> Both points above perfect summations.
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Re: SIGWX Charts Experts Interpretation?

Unread post by Globemaster » Wed Apr 04, 2018 8:16 pm

Nice refresher, thanks for the posting Rudi and your insight Karl.
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